Politics 1966: Glenn M. Anderson, candidate for lieutenant governor, California
: Politics '66 motion picture filmsDescription
: Glenn M. Anderson, the incumbent lieutenant governor running for re-election to a third term, speaks to an audience of PG and E employees. J. D. Worthington, vice president of Pacific Gas and Electric Company, introduces Anderson.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) sponsored this nonpartisan series of political forums for the thousands of PG&E employees in northern and central California. The series featured candidates for statewide office in California and discussions of leading issues, and was produced in cooperation with the Pacific Service Employees Association, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Local 1245), and the Engineers and Scientists of California.Sequence
: Slates begin (00:34), camera pans audience, guests enter on stage and are seated (01:04), Worthington begins speaking, introduces guests (01:41), Worthington introduces Anderson (05:21), Anderson begins speaking (07:35), first question (48:58), Worthington thanks Anderson and the audience, (54:43), audience exits (55:41), closing credits (55:55).Source
: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection Guide
: Pacific Gas and Electric Company Motion Picture Film 1960-1970Call Number
: 80177 Reel 18Rights
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